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Synfig, 2d Animation Program

Synfig is a free open source tool for producing feature-film quality animation with fewer people and resources.  I have been wanting to learn how to do 2D animation, but I didn’t want to spend the money to buy the software.  I am definitely going to give this software a try.

Awesome To Do List Program

Do it, do it, done! is a pretty cool and very easy to use online to do list. Have you ever wasted pad after pad of paper? Have crumbled notes all over the office? Ever lose an important list before everything was crossed off it? That’s where this comes in handy.  It is fully online, but you don’t need to sign up or get a log in or anything. Each list has a unique URL. Punch it into your browser and you are ready to go. This also makes it easier to send it to team members or co-workers so they can see what you are up to and help knock things off the list.

With a press of the button, the list pops up in a small window that you can keep on the corner of your screen. If you finish something off the list, just click on the small icon and the full editable to-do list opens. Head over here and start your own list.

Blender is a free open source 3D content creation suite. Its features include rigging, animation, UV unwrapping, physics and particles, realtime 3D/game creation, modeling, rendering, shading, and imaging. For a detailed breakdown of Blender’s features, click here.

To download Blender, head over here.